Παρασκευή, 23 Ιανουαρίου 2015

Το ζητούμενο δεν είναι να αλλάξει ο τρόπος που ζητιανεύουμε


"Greece, which is once again at the heart of the eurozone crisis, will hold parliamentary elections Jan. 25. The two main contenders are the traditional, center-right New Democracy party, led by Prime Minister Antonis Samaras, and the left-wing Coalition of the Radical Left party, known as Syriza, led by Alexis Tsipras. Most opinion polls suggest that Syriza is three to five points ahead of New Democracy among voters.

Regardless of who wins the Jan. 25 vote, Greece's debt situation will be at the core of the agenda of any new government, and Stratfor expects Athens to hold negotiations with its lenders. The European Union probably would extend Greece's debt maturities and interest rates, but EU officials are not likely to grant Athens new write-downs for Greece's debt. The tone of the negotiations will vary, depending on who is in charge in Athens after Jan. 25, but the next Greek government is unlikely to make any radical moves for at least the first half of the year
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However, Greece's single most important issue is debt. Greece's public debt stands at roughly 175 percent of gross domestic product — the highest debt-to-GDP ratio in the European Union. New Democracy and Syriza have different views on how to address Greece's economic problems. New Democracy defends a gradual softening of austerity measures in the context of a more flexible agreement with the European Union and the International Monetary Fund, while Syriza is campaigning on a break with Greece's lenders and the reversal of most of the policies that were implemented in the past few years. But despite their ideological differences, both parties agree that Greece's debt is unsustainable."


Το ζητούμενο δεν είναι να αλλάξει ο τρόπος που ζητιανεύουμε. Το ζητούμενο είναι να πάψουμε να ζητιανεύουμε. Και να ξεφορτωθούμε τους αποκλειστικούς αντιπροσώπους που εκπροσωπούν αυτούς από τους οποίους ζητιανεύουμε. Μπορεί να το καταφέρει αυτό κανείς? 


Ζητάει ο αφελής να μην πηγαίνουν τα λεφτά στους ...αποκλειστικούς αντιπροσώπους που παριστάνουν τους "επιχειρηματίες"...

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